First of all, Hebrew is considered to be one of the most difficult languages to learn. But don't let that discourage you with a little hard work and dedication, you can definitely achieve your goals. Another thing to keep in mind is that Hebrew is a very versatile language. I may be biased, but the best way to learn biblical languages is through formal theological education.
There is nothing that can be compared to dedicating a couple of years of your life to studying, interacting with biblical Hebrew teachers and learning in community. Seminary is the best way to learn biblical Hebrew. Getting started is easy and will make you a better student of the Bible. In fact, learning Hebrew is a lot of fun, as long as you try hard.
Michael Heiser shows you how to use biblical Hebrew to become a competent interpreter of the Old Testament. The good thing about learning biblical Hebrew on your own is that, unlike learning it in seminary, you can work at your own pace. Now that I've learned some biblical Hebrew, I'll show you some resources that can help you learn the language. Just like when you go to the gym, you'll feel much more inspired to learn biblical Hebrew if you have someone to encourage you and hold you accountable.
Today I will focus your attention on the Old Testament and show you some resources that will help you learn biblical Hebrew. In each chapter, Futato carefully explains the biblical Hebrew language, explaining things in an easy to understand way. However, since the Bible is a decidedly Jewish book, and the authors of both testaments were all Jews familiar with the Hebrew language and Jewish thinking, learning biblical Hebrew will also give you new insight into the meaning of the New Testament writings. Knowing biblical Hebrew allows you to interact deeply and richly with the Old Testament in its original language.